Absolute Introduction to Object Oriented Programming in Java
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This course is designed to be slow–paced, simple and rich in demystifying the question: What really is an object in computer programming? These few lectures serve as a crucial foundation for OOP (Object Oriented Programming).
If you’ve ever written a java class before and ran the program in eclipse but didn’t quite understand what’s going on behind the scenes, this course is for you. By the end of these videos, you will understand the difference between a class, and an object. You’ll know how objects are constructed and what exactly happens when the program is run. We’ll also go over important OOP techniques such as inheritance and polymorphism.
By the end of this course you’ll be ready to work with multiple classes in java and be prepared to take the more challenging and top ranked course: Master Object Oriented Design in Java – HW + Solutions
Courses : 9
Specification: Absolute Introduction to Object Oriented Programming in Java
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Joaquin Alejandro Mier Martinez –
Very clear and great summary of concepts
Ricardo Sanfeliz Zurita –
de momento muy bien
Fay Johnston –
I had trouble staying focused when modules were 15 minutes or longer. I personally prefer modules to be less than 10 minutes. The instructor is very informative and provides excellent examples per topic. Thank you
Ajay Parihar –
Until now i am just learning things so ca not tell much about the course but yes it is quite easy to understand. Thanks! Imtiaz
Animesh Srivastava –
I found a lot of new information.
Roger Gon alves de Castro –
This classes is the most basic and clear that I ever seen on internet.
Murali Adda –
No..More explanation on OOPS concepts would have been added.
Sapna Singh –
This course is a very good refresher on OOPS basics !
Janet Romero –
Easy to understand and very good examples.
Pranali Dombe –
It was good but was expecting some more real time examples
Sandeep Vusala –
Karthik Parvathinathan –
It is useful
Oswaldo Del Angel –
It’s really helpful for understand theory and is using real world examples